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"The Voice" Season 12, which kicks of in late February 2017, has added Celine Dion, John Legend, DJ Khaled and Luke Bryan to its list of star advisers.
The Bachelor returns on Monday with the first two-on-one date of the season, and the promo for the episode promises tons of drama. Watch the video here:
One of the most popular women to ever star as The Bachelorette kinda loves the latest villain on The Bachelor, Corinne Olympios.
Corinne Olympios is dominating screen time on The Bachelor, as Nick Viall is almost a footnote on his own season. But the supposed villain of this season might not be as devious as she appears to be onscreen, according to her mother...
The Bachelor 2017 is all-new, as EVERYONE goes home! Well, they all go back to Nick's hometown, that is.
Over the weekend, millions of citizens participated in Women's Marches around the country, in support of women's rights. Apparently, one of the people attending was The Bachelor himself, Nick Viall!
Nick Viall knows as well as anyone that you can't please everyone -- especially as The Bachelor. So you know something huge has to have happened if Nick's blood is "boiling", as he admits in this new promo for next Monday's episode of The Bachelor.
A fan of ABC's The Bachelor is looking to liberate Raquel, the "nanny" for this season's villain, Corinne Olympios.
On The Bachelor this week, Corrine admitted she had a nanny, in a scene so ridiculous it almost defies typical reality TV standards. So there are few better ways to recap such an absurd moment than to have The Roots reenact the scene on The Tonight Show.
The Bachelor has been pretty drama-filled this season, and much of it revolves around one person: Corrine Olympios. The 24-year-old has been thirsty for attention, and she's been using her sex appeal to get more alone time than the other women in the competition. On last night's episode, she went all-in with a trench coat, whipped cream, and a bouncy castle.
We're already on week four of The Bachelor 2017, and Nick Viall is...well, he's getting by. Upsetting the women by giving Corrine the group date rose last week was one thing, but now he has to explain the entire Liz unpleasantness to the remaining contestants. And judging by the sneak preview, Corinne has a surprise for Nick that's likely to anger even more of the finalists.
Each season of The Bachelorette features the producers having multiple men sign contracts to potentially become The Bachelor. However, it still comes as a surprise to them when the bigwigs in charge eventually go with someone else. Such was the case for The Bachelorette second runner-up, Chase McNary.
Blac Chyna shared a too cute for words video of her two babies King Cairo and Dream on Instagram.
Looks like Saint West had a rough time on his first visit to Santa over the holidays and older sister North West wasn't having any of it.
Corinne Olympios is emerging as the villain on this season of The Bachelor, with her aggressive approach to getting time with Nick Viall, and her passive-aggressive arguments with the other women. However, she's also become a focal point of the show with her increasingly outlandish methods of getting Nick's attention.
The Bachelor is back for season 21 with Nick Viall in the lead role. But former Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky isn't impressed.
The Bachelor is in the midst of a pretty wild season. We're only two episodes in and we've had topless flashing, a half-naked photoshoot, Nick Viall admitting to the other girls that he slept with a contestant nine months earlier, and a dramatic "break-up" exercise that led to Nick getting slapped! So who better to recap although the crazy drama than The Roots.
One of the big stories in the Bachelor Nation in the past month has been the rumor that FreeForm was interested in developing a spinoff series around Emily and Haley Ferguson, the twin sisters from Ben Higgins's season of The Bachelor, and the third season of Bachelor In Paradise. As it turns out, the rumors were true, and the spinoff is now official!
At last night's Golden Globes, Amy Schumer predicted who would win The Bachelor 2017 during an untelevised moment.
So this just might be one of the more insane things you see today, if you're a reality TV fan. I'll keep it short and sweet: one GIF, ALL the contestants on The Bachelor 2017.